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So Long, Madison Avenue: Facebook Moving New York Employees to Frank Gehry-Designed East Village Office

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770 Broadway. (Photo: vnony.com) As Facebook expands in New York, it’s doing it in a very fanciful manner. A company spokeswoman told Betabeat that its new office space at 770 Broadway will be designed by starchitect Frank Gehry with “open floor plans, natural lighting, and an emphasis on space for...
So Long, Madison Avenue: Facebook Moving New York Employees to Frank Gehry-Designed East Village Office

The First Ever Synthetic Biology Kickstarter Is About Growing 'Glowing Plants'

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Kickstarter might be better-known for funding films and hardware projects, but it’s now getting its first synthetic biology proposal. A Singularity University alum, a Stanford post-doc and a Stanford Ph.D. are looking to use synthetic biology and software from startup Genome Compiler to creating plants that glow. While the...
The First Ever Synthetic Biology Kickstarter Is About Growing 'Glowing Plants'

Facebook NY Signs 10-Year Lease To Move Into ~100K Sq Ft Office With 2X Space, Designed By Frank Gehry

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After weeks of rumors, Facebook has just signed a ten year lease to move its New York office into a new, nearly 100,000 sq ft office over two floors at 770 Broadway, Manhattan. The interior will be designed by famed architect Frank Gehry who is masterminding its Menlo Park Headquarters...
Facebook NY Signs 10-Year Lease To Move Into ~100K Sq Ft Office With 2X Space, Designed By Frank Gehry

CES 2013: The Year the "Connected Home" Becomes a Reality?

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At last year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Wi-Fi-connected home appliances were chattier than a six-person sitcom ensemble. Fridges tweeted, told you what groceries to buy and then talked to the oven. Washers and dryers messaged the “smart” TV when the wash cycle was done, and robotic vacuums responded...
CES 2013: The Year the "Connected Home" Becomes a Reality?
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